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Notes on Craft 2012: Adaptation

Some of the most watchable movies and television shows in history are adaptations: To Kill A Mockingbird. Friday Night Lights. I, Claudius. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Jaws.

And consider this: Adaptations are so popular among production companies that many writers and artists create novels, comic books and other media for the sole purpose of optioning them. Adaptations are a big deal.

So join us as we spend an evening discussing exactly what it takes to turn a book, a play, a graphic novel or a series of hilarious commercials into a cohesive script. You’ll hear from Stephen Chbosky (THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER), Robin Swicord (MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA) and Robert Nelson Jacobs (CHOCOLAT).

Dan Petrie, Jr. (BEVERLY HILLS COP) will moderate the discussion.

Earlier Event: October 4
Notes on Craft 2012: Story and Structure
Later Event: October 18
Notes on Craft 2012: Characters